tv 11 News Sunday Morning NBC May 20, 2012 5:00am-8:00am EDT
>> coming up, a police-involved shooting. the latest on what happened. >> single sex marriage gets backing. >> and the latest from the g-8 summit. >> and next up, the belmont. i'll have another gets a chance to do something another horse has not accomplished in 34 years. "11 news sunday morning" starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> welcome to "11 news sunday morning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. we'll get to our top stories in just a minute. first we get to our weather with ava marie. >> what a fun end to the race. >> i should have listened to
frank, the retired jockey. he said, i know i bet on bode, but i think we're all excited eye have another has a chance at a triple crown. >> weather wice wise, we are talking about a storm possibility into the second half of the weekend. increasing clouds and temperatures in the 50's now. it will not be as pretty today as we have clouds rolling in. winds mostly calm. humidity at 86%. as we head through the afternoon, increasing clouds with warm conditions. winds out of the east-northeast at 10 miles per hour. temperatures getting up near 80 once again today. it is a warm day on tap. we may have rain chances later tonight. we will continue to detail that whether we come back in the forecast. >> our big story this morning comes out of northeast baltimore where one man is dead after an
officer-involved shooting. it -- >> it happened in the 3500 block of elmore avenue. police say they reported to a disturbance by -- police say it was a report of a mentally disturbed man. as the identified fight ensued, both crashed through a glass table. his fellow officer shot the man. >> police were flying everywhere, ambulance. people coming out of their houses and all, because as i said, this is something that does not normally happen on this block. it was wild. >> medical personnel then rushed the man to shock trauma where he later died. an officer was taken to the hospital for his injuries. homicide detectives are investigating. >> police are investigating a
double shooting near preston and ascot street. police arrived at the scene. the victims were not there. later two men showed up at johns hopkins emergency room. both had been shot multiple times. at last check they were both in serious condition. no word on a suspect. >> in owings mills, police say a man stabbed his own father. the two got into an argument, and at some point, the son stabbed his dad several times. the 23-year-old son was also taken to a local hospital for treatment and faces dril criminal charges when he gets out. >> same-sex marriage proponents got a huge endorsement. the naacp says it is backing gay marriage. they voted at a leadership retreat recognizing a resolution recognizing same-sex marriage.
the baltimore group says it opposes any effort to codify hatred into the law. >> president obama and the g-8 leaders wrapped up their sumet here in -- summit here in maryland. the most pressing concern the crisis in greece that's threatening to spread. the leaders said they can help the country as long as greece stands by its commitment. >> also on the table tomorrow, a peaceful solution to iran. >> they know the choices they have to make and the enormous economic and social costs if they don't. >> vladimir peanut-in sent his -- vladimir putin sent a replacement, in what was seen as a sub. >> hundreds of protesters showed
up to voice their grievances. >> noisy but peaceful. ethiopian prime minister a g-8 guest. >> we need -- >> police moved in to the center of town. they were armed with shot guns and chemical muneigses. -- munitions. >> all the yellow corn grown in the united states is genetically modified. this is a contributing factor to the die off of honey bees. >> my concern is all the hunger
in the world. >> instead of talking about our differences, let's start by talking about everything in common that we have. >> baltimore residents lined the streets. >> i'm making a documentary about the g-8 summit this is fun and cool. >> what are you going to do with the dumetri? >> bring it to school and show it to my friends. >> this is very different. it is scary as a mom to let him do this, but i want to encourage this educational experience, so mixed emotions for mom. >> despite the influx of visitors, local businesses report only a slight uptick in sales. >> we have had two customers. >> and that's not typical for a saturday. >> no, saturday is one of our better days. >> i am thinking this is history in the making. have to have something to represent it.
here we are. >> the cost of keeping the peace is about $20,000 for thurmont taxpayers. >> we are trying to get it designated as a national security event so we can recoup some of that money. >> david collins. >> and they are off in the preakness. bodemeister and i'll have another both have a good start. >> the running of the preakness. i'll have another has a chance to do something that has not been done for 34 years, a chance at the triple crown. it was not until the final stride he edged out bodemeister to win by a neck. i'll have another becomes the
first horse to win the first two legs of the triple crown since big brown in 2008. >> he has proved a lot of people wrong. he's an amazing horse, and i'm happy to be riding him. >> he showed that he's the real deal. he's a real race horse. he gutted it out. the other horse was not stopping. he ran, as i said, a bang-up race. to come and catch him -- how can you criticize that, really? >> i'll have another can pull out one more victory at the belmont stakes on june 8 and could be the first triple crown winner since affirmed. go to wbaltv.com to see
behind-the-scenes pictures and video from years past. all on wbaltv.com and click on "preakness." >> must be all that sleeping he's been doing in his stall, right? >> i'll have another chance. >> i bet on him. i broke even. didn't win much. $5. that's ok. $5 is $5. >> what a week for facebook founder mark zuckerburg. first his company debuts on wall street and now a new status changes for him. >> and how americans will likely be getting around. tell you about that now. >> first, a live picture outside. ava has your insta-weather plus forecast sunday forecast. forecast sunday forecast. stay with us. ghiv
enjoying the weekend. the weather department was getting its act together. we have our first tropical system of the season. normally the tropical system starts around june 1. that's when the bulk of the system begins after that. already we had activity down at the carolinas. we've been watching the storm system for the past couple days. now it has developped into a tropical system and it is moving onto the coast. now you can see it in charleston. we'll talk about how that affects our forecast in just a bit. first we'll show you temperatures across the state. 65 at b.w.i. throw good -- thurogood marshall. temperatures ranging from the 50's and 60's this morning. much like today. today will be very warm as well. big difference here. that storm to our south is migrating north. increasing clouds. winds out of the east-northeast. temperatures in the upper 70's
to low 80's by the afternoon. we stay cloudy tonight. we start to throw in a chance for showers. especially after dark as we drop into the 50's downtown. h.d. doppler is showing that storm system has quite a bit of circulation with it, which is why it was able to be a main storm. we are calling this alberto, the first storm of the tropical season, and it will affect our weather for the next couple days. current weather pattern showing clear skies across maryland. clouds increasing, especially from the south as the storm system moves in. one area of low pressure off the coast. here comes alberto from the south carolina coast right now. a cold front pulls in from the west as well. this will smoosh together with this tropical weather and bring better rain chances. lisa liked that verb i used there. i'm throwing that in as a real weather verb. alberto is going all over the
place. first he migrated to the south and now we expect him to move northeast by sues afternoon. by wednesday it passes further up to the north and east. it stays off shore, but it will bring rain chances through the next several days. best chance for rain starting after dark and we'll see rain chances increasing monday, tuesday, and as we head into wednesday as well. we start to clear out by the end of the week. seven-day forecast, showers late tonight. 71 tomorrow with rain and showers and thunderstorms continuing through the middle week. we finally dry out by the end. >> thank you, ava. well, memorial day less than a week away already. if you are planning on traveling -- >> pack your patience. here's the latest.
>> it is that time. more americans are gearing up to get away for the holidays. triple a says more than half a million americans will be traveling, and the majority will be hitting the road. >> that means 9-10 travelerers will take to the nation's roads between 5-24 and 5-28. >> a gallon of regular is 25 septs less than this time last year. 47% of those surveyed say gas prices will still have an impack. >> the overall average distance traveled by americans during the memorial weekend is expected to be 150 miles less than last year. >> cutting back on how far they travel and on other expenses like entertainment and food. >> think about when you spend money in destinations. you spend a lot of money on food. think about eating one meal a
day in rome. >> air travel is expected to be down due to higher prices and pack baggage fees. experts say travelers can still find deals. >> that means booking your air, car and hotel together. you will definitely save. >> whether saving or splurging, the possibilities of an endless summer are almost here. >> michelle franczen. >> so if you are in rome, just eat once a day? >> i just want to go to the beach after seeing that piece. >> a warning for shellfish lovers. what you should know before you dine out. >> and a new program at the inner harbor. i'm kim dacey. details coming up.
>> a rich from a clinical -- research from a clinical trial in los angeles. the vaccine is derived from one of the most aggressive breast cancers. patients are ininoculated once a month for three. doctors say the results were extraordinary. >> it will teach the t-cells to recognize. if the t-cells are educated in this way, if a tumor cell were to come back, the immune system could identify it, attack it, and destroy it. >> doctors want to remind patients, this is not replacing chemotherapy or radiation. the vaccine is about being proactive. it has a potential to help 70% of preast cancer patients. >> researchers in germany are trying to determine why so many
of us have trouble getting up in the morning. because we went to preakness yesterday. they say some people suffer from social jetlag and there is a mismatch between -- it could be fueling the obesity epidemic. for every hour of social jetlag, the risk of being obese rose by 38%. >> a water front partnership starting new water front wellness classes today at the inner harbor. kim dacey has details. >> this is about to become a familiar sight at the inner harbor. a new program provides free fitness classes at west shore park. >> we love to have people down at the water park. last year we did yoga classes and they took off.
this year we decided to expand it and have different classes for -- that would appeal to different groups. they are offering not only yoga, but boot class and zumba. >> the boot class is based on international rhythms. it is cardio. it also works the core and the behind. the >> classes are taught by certified fitness instructors. though there is no fee, have you to register for the classes. people of all ages and skill level can benefit. >> i show different levels of impact and modifications during the class. so it really is a class for most people. >> so whether you are a gym rat looking to try something new or someone just starting to have
fitness, come on down. >> it is great for your body and mind. it is free. they can try one class or do all four. >> you can find a link at wbaltv.com for times and schedule. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> nbc unveils its fall line-up. what the network has in store for viewers. first a look at events going on around town this weekend. ♪
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>> right now a lot of season finales. the fall tv season. nbc was the first of the major networks to showoff its new schedule. mark barger has the schedule. >> nbc officially has a fall-line-up. three new ones. matthew perry plays a wise-cracking sports announcer. >> i like that he has some sort of dark emotional stuff to deal with but doesn't want to. he sort of masks that by being funny. >> there is monkey business afoot. an iracible veterinarian. >> are you about to have the most talked about co-star of the season? >> i could choose to be jealous or i could ride this monkey to
the top. >> "the new normal" is about a gay couple that hire as a surrogate to have a baby. >> let's hold a mirror up to what is so devicive in our society now. let's do it with love, tenderness, and humor. >> while the fall schedule emphasizes comedy, there are two new dramas in the mix. 0 firefighters and paramedicics in the windy city. >> there is a lot of heart and personality. >> and the futuristic city after decades of a worldwide loss of electricity. >> i think it is a return to a world where we will see humanity rediscovered on the backdrop of great action. >> action the network hopes reap big ratings. mark varge, tv 11 news.
>> after weeks of diplomatic uncertainty, a chinese activist has arrived in the united states. after the break we'll tell you about his amazing escape. >> and from an amazing escape to an amazing landing, how the pilot of this small plane managed to land on a busy freeway. >> and we're starting to see clouds move in from our first tropical system about a week early for hurricane season. we'll tell you how that affects us when we come back.
>> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thank you for joining us. >> our top stories in just a moment. first we'll look outside with ava. are you awake yet? >> oh, man, we were all out at preakness yesterday. and it hose goes to show, the weather never sleeps. >> the first tropical system of the season. we're looking at alberto moving on to south carolina. it is a tropical storm with winds at 13 miles per hour. let's look at what's happening now. still quiet. 55.
calm winds. humidity at 86%. as queff a storm system starting to come in from the south. we expect temperatures to be near 80 degrees as we head into the afternoon. we'll have more details coming up on the forecast when we are back in just a few minutes. >> one man is dead. police say they responded to a report of a mentally disturbed man. that man became violent, and they say the officer and the man crashed through a table and his fellow officer shot the man. the officer is specked to be ok. >> with the kentucky derby und% >> with the kentucky derby under his belt, i'll have another hit the final stretch and took off.
it was not until the final stride he edged out bodemeister. so if he can win at the belmont stakes he will have a triple crown. >> president obama and the g-8 leaders wrapped up their summit. they vowed to end on a common goal. the most pressing concern is the crisis in greece which is threatening to spread. leaders said they can help the country as long as greece stands by its agreement. also, nuclear threat to iran and food security in africa. >> after seven years of house arrest, an amazing escape to the u.s. embassy in beijing and weeks of diplomatic wrangling, a chinese activist is on american soil.
>> after seven years, chen arrives on american soil. >> i have not had had rest, so i come here for rest. >> he spoke of diplomatic strain between the new nations. they worked out a plan to give him safe travel to the united states. >> the american embassy in china provided a safe haven, and the american government has provided
great assistance. >> chen is a self-taught lawyer who was campaigning against forced abortions in his country and imprisoned for it. >> i hope everybody works for -- work with me to promote justice and f agarness. >> now he is set to begin his studies at netw york university for many, he is a symbol of courage and defiance. nbc news. >> scantr moments in south florida as a small airplane made an emergency landing. the four-seater plane was headed to the airport when the pilot reported problems. it landed in eastbound lanes which were cleared for the pilot. neither the pilot nor his passengers were injuried. >> a stat justice change this morning for facebook founder
mark zuckerburg. ve e tied the knot at a small ceremony in his palo alto home. she graduated from university of california san francisco's medical school just last week. the p agar of course updated thr facebook statuses to married, and they posted a picture of them at the ceremony. >> these newly weds tied the knot at a water park under water. they waved to friends and family. the ceremony also featured ãupolive ins, kissing blessingsd white wales dancing. >> does that mean the marriage is sunk? >> i think there is a metaphor in there somewhere. >> probably, right? >> ava, lisa, jennifer, find out ot hich one of our names made i to the totch of the baby -- made it to the top of the baby names
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trashed. 55 the current temperature at b.w.i. thurgood-marshall. temperatures now, as i mentioned, in the 50's at the agarport. 52 in gaithersburg and 59 in best minister and, as4 in hanco. up near 80s degrees. winds out of the northeast at 10 miles an hour. the sun atist:18 -- sun will be setting at 8:18 this evening. ãupowntown and 50's into the suburbs. right now, clouds showing up on the satellite. we see a couple clouds down into virto gnia. these clouwed will be coming in from the south.
active pattern. right now a tropical system has formed off the carolinas. its name is alberto. say hello to aend erto this morning. right now a tropical storm. it will move north and east. high pressure trying to make its ot ay to the east. right now, tropical moisture will nudge in and help fuel that tropical moisture moving up the coast. doppler showing circulation now as the sto m system moves on to south rolina. the big kirn concern for them will be heavy wind. alberto up by the delmarva coast where it is likely to be ãupowngraded to a tropical lope
more rain expected in the next couple days as that transpires. nd, for the high temperature today. cooler tomorroper 71 at best. all that cloud cover and the rain moving in with alberto and that will keep our r agan chanc for the next couple days for temperatures into the upper 70's. friday, 80 degrees. >> for the first time in ve istontr, racial and ethnic minorities now make up the majority of new births in this country. >> melanie johnson is almost due waiting for one more check-up before baby morgan arrives. >> i just can't wait. >> according to the censuble ovr
half of the babies born in the united states are now bine offensive cooer out-numbering whites for the first time. >> it is an exclamation point for democracy. >> all you have to do is look around playgrounwed, school yard and places where young families are, and you know things are changing. it is not the 1950's and 1960's ozzie and h agar yet ae cmore. they will they are projected to become the majority around 2042. >> young people will have an increasing minority as we define them now. it is sphply the ato gng of the white population of women aging out of their childbearing years. that will contiy. e over time. >> that was nikole killion reporting.
ack-ording to the socfridl secuy administration, the most common name for a girl in the knoast yr ot as sofia. izz bell is now in -- isabelle is now in second place. we are following up with emma and olivia, and ava. and for the 13th str agaght yea jacob is the favorite baby boy name in america. mason took the second spot. rounding out the top five william, jop en, and nfor th. this is the first tphe since 1946 that the name michael was not in the top five. ot es didn't make it. >> fine with me. >> ava said she's not sharing her name. >> yes, she is. some surprising findings. up nt ist. illion scholarship.
financfridl aid refund promptin reaction from the student body. >> yeah, it bothers me because they got a free ride and are getting money back while others are strug tece uology pay for tuition. >> well, they 11y they have taken steps to correct their computer system to find this situation. >> about to cash in on the t1 million from the -- trevor queen is one ofzie4," 0 students to apply and one of 1,006 to receive the award. tph tooten has this stontr. >> trea,r queen's principal and counselor will tell you this is an example of how hard work and commitment can really pay off. >> in oer to be involved in as many
extracurricular activities as i coitsd in oer goal. it looks like it paid off. >> and in a big way. the annapolis high school senior has a 4.0 grade point average, ve e's heop of the national on society and a popular theater student. m,ow has up to a millions dolla to pay for his graduate, undergraduate, ands dy. ek torl studies. >> it is a lot of money. like i said, my initial gfor tls to get a scholarsh, sh, not a million dollars. i'm speechless. >> no one on camp00 is surprised that queen is getting so much national adingention and monit espepthally his princ, shal and school counselor who nominated ve ph for the scholarsh, sh. >> hikes a prime example of har work, dedication, and a can-do attitude. >> are you surprised? >> not at all. he is a great young man and he ot orks very hard. for this to happen, this is a great ack-omplishment.
no, not with trevor. >> he gives a great deal of the credit to his family. >> my mom, first, i wanted to give her back something. she's been a single mom all of my life, and i wanted this opportunity to give back to her, and also my grans nia who has bn pressuring me. >> trea,r says he will take advantage of the scholarship which will help pave the way for a career in knoaw which he plan to pursue at morehouse college. queen is joining an elite group of scholarble somezie0,000 who have already received financial help from the gate foundation. from annapolis high school, tim tooten, wbal-tv mpl news. >> good mor him -- good for hph. >> tires running, fans screaming, holding your ears. get reave t for some big trucks. >> yes, the monster truck jam will be barreling through baltimore in a few weeks. i think ava will be driving one
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>> good morning. preakness. ot e continter to reflect in a. i cannot imagine a better day to ve ave 1ore thi" fans. ot e saw a race that lived up t every bit of what we hoped it woitsd be. a rematch from the kentucky derby. the two best horseble the best 3-year-olds going at it once again. thit is delivered in thes drama. look at thiss down the stretch. i'll have another on the outside
tntring to tracks down banoem3er just as he did two weeks ago. the last. >>" yards. j00t pouring it ot mo i'll have another indeed! by a neck. claphs another triple crowt mo -- claims another. triple crown championship coming up. gerry 11nd00ky caught up with the trainer of i'll have another after the brewhite. >> how cfor tch harbaugh felt. meeting harbaugh was an awesome thrill and all the players, but this is incredible. this is truly the super bowl of horse racing, thes derby, and nw the preakness, and now up to new yorent baby. >>now his 15 minutes of fame. thit i will be extended indeed. you heard him say it, on his way to new york for the belmont stwhitees anda rooking for the t
triple crown since 1978. however, bodemeister will be beaten for a second time will not make a trip to the belmont. we will not have a thier between those two great horses. that's a look at sports. i> it pete gilbet,. coming up, we'll check on the orioles. thaoffs str agaght aheop . the monster jam tour is making its way to m&t stadium. organizers tellgras they are at 16 of the best monster jam trucks in the world competing this year in racing and freestyle events. each t yeck has i78 oper omiiderman, graves digger, captn america. we really want to know,s do you ve ave to be a monster truck enthusiast to enjoy the show? >> it is nonstp entertainment from the time you get there to the time you leave. most of the tphe, i alwayser it is the moms that can't talk on the way out from screaming so m ss, >> well, in fact, the monster jam drive of the spiderman t yecks s agad his mom took him
his first show and he has been ve ooked ooter since. ve ave you heard those things. they are so loud up close and personal. >> no, i haven't experienced it. this could be something you coitsds d7 c1 youpemight like it. >> the time now is 5:57. 56s dthe tirees on tv hill. ve erikes aa rook aheop to our hour. >> a situation for baltimore city policess why they say an officer was forced to shoot a man. ot ikell tell you about that cog up. >> plus a photo finish in our own back yarly the preakness champ has a shot at the triple crowt mo >> and the weather was spectacular out at pimlico. now we have increasing clouds. oura ratest tropical system. we'll have details when we come amack.seb k9 advantix ii.
>> good morning. welcome to "mpl news sunday orning." i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franpthotti p stories to our t in just a moment, but first leoffs the b to hafy w marie. how are youja >> we started at 4:00 in the orning. >> we stat, at the same time. >> you were on air too. our legs were soress we're compl aganing all over th place. >> of course it is nevernow in the weathers department. we're talking about our first tropical salttehors ot ikere stat,ing off the hurrie season early. here is tropical sto? ve e is bringing rain to the soh
carolina coast. charleston getting the b yenlt f ve - b yent of it now. the biggest concern is the rain and wind along the cfor tst. weshel keep an eye on this as i moves northeast. let'sa rook at whaoffs happenin now. we're seeing sunshine at b.w.i. temperan temperatures up to 80 with more clouds. that's thes deatference from ãfeesteer we'll see increasing clouds and a chance of r agan for tonighav weshel talk about how alberto affects us into the next couple days. >> our big story comes out of northeast baltimore where one man is deop awith er an officer-involved shooting. >> it happened on el mora avey. ess police say they responded to the -- a call about a mentally
episn an officer fearing for his colleague's life shot the man. a resident in the n3eghborhood said the scene was surreal. >> it was chaotic. police were fow aling eventrwhe and ambulance and people were coming out of their houses and all of this. this is something that does not no? f ãfeou know, it was just wild. >> medical personnel then r00hed the man to shock traicala wheree later died. investigators say the officer was apinacked and was also twhi to the hospital for his injuries. ve e is expected to be o f homicide detectives are now investigating whicnow is sard pring. procedure in all police shootings. >> police arrived on the scene, but victims weren't there. later, two men showedgrap at 6 c13 shns hopkins emergency room. both had been shot multiple timeble and ata rast check, thi ot ere in serious condition. there is no word on a motive or
suomiect. >> police say a man stabbed his own father. police say a man got into an arg cment friday night and at some point the son sta6 c13 ted his iw.youpeare several tphes. emergency crews rushed him to shock traicalre o he is eesiected to be o f his son was taken also to mercy medical cente6 c13 t he faces chad.es when he gets out. >> the naacp says it is bac win gay marry wge. the civil rights group voted at a leadership retreat in my wmi yester. iy. >> a baltimore-based organization said it opposes effor78 to canoe identeaty discrimination or hatred -- codify hatred into thea raw. >>a readerss now to standgranit on a common goal, fantasticing the global economy. th3er ma rat pressing concern, e crisis in greece.
also on theer y. e oear threats in iran. a peaceful transfer of power. >>a readers here know the enormous social costs if they don't. >> meanwhile, the white house is epownplaying the lack of the presence of vladimir putin. the president says thegranited states and russia are still working together at this summit. >ing thundrebig of protesters sd up to voice their grievances. . idoed collins spent thes day in thurmont and he has more. >> noisy with people protests yeling thes day. some 200 ethiopian ex-patriots joined smaller groups who demod hetrated. the ethiopian prime minister is
a g-8 gter st. >> we needs deming. >> and free government. >> as a precaution, police in riot gear a3 earely they were armed with beanbag shotgun shells and chemical munitions. amanners and signs reflected varying opinions. >> all the corn groia in the united states is genetically modified. this is the nicalber one reason for the die off of honey bees. >> instead of ralow aling, they ö erso slly engageda ring. >> instead of talking about our differences,a ret's stat, about tal wing about everything in common that we have. >> tdif? streets. >> i'm making a documentary about the g d sicalmipa and this
is really cool. >> what will you do with the eping. >> show it to all my friends. it is a little scary as a mom to let hphs do this. i want to encourage this education naturalal experiencme so kind of mixed emotions for mom. >> despite the influx of visitorto ta ring. report only a slight uptick in sales. >> we have h st two c00tomers. >> thaoffs not typical for a saturday? >> nopin satur. iy is one of our better days. >> chris spain is having better luck with a touch of hicalor. >> we have to have something to represent it. here we arme m >> although uneventful, the cost of keeping the peace is about $20,tat0 for tdif? >> we are trying to get desihuate as a natio sl sicalourity event so we can recoup some of that money. ♪ >> they are off in the
preakness! >> a new crop of thorobreds captivated the crowd. and a thrilling preakness gives i'll have another a chapts tos o ^aomething no other horse has accomplished in 34 yars. j00t as hes did in the kentucky abll have another cruised unti he hit the final stretch and then he took off. it wasn't until the final stride he edged out banoem3ester to wi by a nicalo f with a close finish, the excitement was profoancesly ishel have another bicaloomes t first horse to win the first two legs ow.the trips drip since bi moown back in 008. >> they are -- back in 2008. >ing tthit i are going to have . >> wedit. he earned all of this. r e nreper got aa roo f r e h st aa rot of ps inple run i just had to prepare. r lths an amazing horse. i'm ht ou fe to be riding him.
>> he showed that he's the real deal. he's a real race horse. he gutted it out. the other horse was not stianping. he ran, as i said, a bang-up race. and to come and catch hph, how ãfeou can criticize that really? >> and if i'll have another can pull out one mores nictontr at belmont on june 8, he'll become the first trip trillion winner ^aince 1978. you can watch highlights online. ^aee behind-the-scenes pic wasr coupe ousive video and video fr past years. it is all on wbawerv.com. click on preakness. >> they watched us in the thorning and they were so e unid to be here in baltimore. >> well, it turned out to be in ood for them. ishel have another chance. nearly four years after closing itss doors, as ds in oartment s
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we'll tell you why in just a mi-- bte. it is aa rittle cooler in a fit spots. 52. 57 in cbe hebridgme m 51 in ocean city. even the western part of the state not b st now. tsumwhit's foricaloaspa increa clouds, especially toward the aftewasoon and evening hours. amut it is going to be another warm day. tein eratures ranging fro outt en3 er 0's to low 80's with warm temperatures through the ashowernoon. winwe hi out ow.the east-northe at 10 miles per hour. as we head throdgh tonigls, will you continue to see cloud cover bming in, espicaloy wlly ashowe ^aances sets at 8:18 this repen. current weather pattern showing the sattherlite is clear. that will change as we have not one but two storms we're keeping our eye os in oa the first is a low-pressure system. thes dthermarva wwhit off the c the next is our first tropical system of the season.
difneaicane season boaan about week early. normally it starts on june first. that's when we start to see the development. we kick-started this earn pa th year. not out of the ordinary. it is possible for sto? diome outernide of that season. that is when the typical season e anes boain. this is albet, owe and he is going to move up the coast. this will be picalo ãocront from the west. all of this will funnel in the ths. next couple days. it was a beautiful weetion that's all gs. head through the weekend. h.d. dianpler showing cirn.latin |ith alberto off the carolina coast. heaviest showers and tdifnderstorms. winds sustained at 50 miles per hour. albet,o a tropical sto? expected to strengthen much as we move up to the not,h and east. he passes by the outer banks. diminishing to a tropicala row well off thes dtherma'la cernst. no major concerns with this system. it is gs. >> wease of clouds and moisture through the next couples dwhits. it kee,a it ficalo
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tropical system of the atlantic ^aurgne we have to keep our eatn this as how much rain this could isring our area. forerateow,re o"cet. sunshine, 55 degrees. expecting to getgraperateear 80 degrees as we he st into the afternoon. increasing clouds. epetouek. when we come t 9rt. >> one man dead and a balance city police officer in the to pwepitaer police say they responded to a report of a mentallys disettmer than. ö resice say he tried to pull hi gun from the officer's h resste as the ttea were strugglin r they crashed over a table. another officer fearing for his colleapwepartos life shot the m. the officer is expected to be
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yesterday. yesterday was mostly sunny. you can see wighre stahat.ing o with the sunshine this morning. that will change by a lernoon. as urrentther t 55 at b.w. i. 6867 ated inner harbor. winds mpwesuy calm. i mention clost s b"ccering ise that switch from activity ha3 eninmehoff the coast. an area ofa row pre hure and also a tropical system well down to our south. take aa rook at this right here you can see a band of showers. this is tropical stor as aalbeh that will affect us as we head into the mid wee o, ãocorerateow, we are se, ong wh happening off the coast. that will be increasing clost s witizat aoud c. >> er coming in from the shoreline. it will be another warm d qtebe iooseat yesterday in the low 80's. 82 degrees. pimntnmers in thegra3 er 7n cs.
more clouds as we head into tonight with showers ppwe espicaloy wlly a ler aiar o, we dropped down to 54. downtown at the ind er harbor into theheren cs as we he st in the counties. current weather pattebe i showi mostther t sth, st s. yes rigls now. as i mention, clouds building throidaizthe istiy and into the .igls as well. an area of low pressure sitting off the mid-asuantic cngest. this will first usher in that cloud cover. then wighlls ieep an eatl on alberto as he moves up the coast. then we have a c resd front. there's aa rot going on here in this weather pattern. this c resd front will press toward the east coast and bring moisture up toward the g c , io ad harbict us a very active pattern as we go into the next coulbe aiwhits. ^awhit good-oure to that sth, s beautiful weather. ng.e's what's happe- toe will seegr. here's alberto now moving on the cngest of south car resinen i to ighs been a he first started off near the outer banbe he meandered aiown to the south now he will head up to the north and eass " winds athere0 miles per hour. a tropical storm as it passes
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>> welcome back to "11 news y a sc theyy mod thanrosyonmfor jby aening us. >> ava joins us with another taoorosoui id> io we are all tn ping to wake up. >> we are. if anyone with that prempsness nmetchingy testermor.e is here morning, i am impressed. xe were there for aa r that of bby aeng coverage of the event. it was all in fun. ne>y toua roos s having a lot of fun. >> i checked out the in fieo th. ne> tha0's goom.ess we will th big old hats on yesterday. 58 degrees at b.w.i. windsa rigwil. ö ick up out of the east -northeast as we head throufiv the after7 c1.on. that's when the skies become cloudy. and ous. throufiv the awileer nmerm with temperatures around 0 through the afternoon. r >> n chances cominto and the next couple days.
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